Lisa M. Cregan is a managing director for Morgan Stanley and regional director of the firm’s mid-Atlantic region based in Washington, D.C. The region, one of six nationwide, stretches from New Jersey and Central/Eastern Pennsylvania through Virginia. She is responsible for 2,200 financial advisors managing more than $250 billion in assets.
Cregan joined Morgan Stanley in 2010 as a complex manager in Houston, Texas. In 2011 Houston Magazine named her as one of Houston’s “50 Most Influential Women.” She most recently was named as one of the 20 Most Influential Women to Watch in 2016 by Investment News. For the past 30 years, Cregan has been a driving force in opening the financial services profession to women. Cregan is a member of Georgetown McDonough’s first MBA class and holds a B.A. in government and French from the university.
Cregan is a member of Georgetown McDonough’s first MBA class and holds a B.A. in government and French.